Search the Chinese Heritage Program Profiles Database


  • To find the entry of a specific program/school, enter the name of the program/school in the box below.  Then, click “search.”
  • To identify programs/schools that have certain characteristics, for example, all programs that offer courses in Cantonese in a state, select “language/dialect” and “State” in the dropdown menu, and then click “search.”
  • To browse all programs/schools, click “search” without specifying any search criteria.
  • To select more than one criterion (e.g., language) on a dropdown menu, hold down the control key while clicking on additional language names.
  • You may select one or several of the categories to conduct a research. The database will retrieve a list of programs that meet your criteria. Each additional feature will restrict the number of programs shown.
Categories Enter search criteria
Program/school name in Chinese
Program/school name in English
State (including District of Columbia)
(Multiple choice)
Mandarin (simplified)   
Mandarin (traditional)   
Other (Please specify):
Program type
(Multiple choice)
Weekend program
After school program
Summer program
The number of students
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See other searchable databases in the CHELER

Directory of Chinese Heritage Programs/Schools… This searchable database includes program/school name in English and in Chinese, program contact information, contact person and individual program/school web links.

Database of instructional materials…. This searchable and bibliographic database of Chinese learning resources, include commercially available titles of textbooks, CDs, and DVDs for learners of both Chinese heritage and non-Chinese backgrounds.  (Under construction).

See other National Databases

National Consortium of Language Program Databases   The database provides information about language capacity, language learning opportunities, and professional development for teachers collected by organizations across the United States.

This database was collected by the research team at the University of Toledo with funding from the International Research and Studies Program of the U. S. Department of Education.